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Bloomberg
May 3, 2014 8:00pm EDT
>> from our studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." >> nabil fahmy is here. he has been the foreign minister of egypt since 2013. he was this country's ambassador to the united states. he has met with john kerry, chuck hagel, and susan rice. he seeks to repair the egyptian american alliance and has gone adrift in the past few years. it comes less than two months after the army chief declared his intent to restore order. i am pleased to welcome nabil fahmy back to this table. >> i'm happy to be here. >> what have you accomplished? >> i came here to do two things, one is to try to redirect our relations toward building a better future together. because these are indispensable relations for us and our goals and objectives. i believe they are indispensable for the u.s. and your interest in the middle east. the transformations of egypt will be up and down. the ups are higher than the downs. needs to be explained face to face. i felt it was important occasions like this program to come out for the people and talk to you directly and to get a sense of whether you are sincere or
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 8:00pm EDT
in new york city are creating new business opportunities for churches. many places of worship in immigrant communities find themselves in desirable neighbourhoods. churches are cashing in with plans for the profits. mary snow reports. >> father christopher ball ard is a man of prayer with an eye on property. >> yes, this was renovated. >> he's an associate rector at the landmark church of st. luke and st. matthew in brooklyn. a big part of his job is to develop real estate deals for the 158 churches in his ensis copal diocese. >> i learnt a lot about real estate. >> is the market a blessing. >> it is. >> it's a blessing because it is soaring in neighbour ads like the one with st. luke and st. matthew is located. there are about a dozen deals considered in his diocese. one is at his church which put the parking lot and rectory on the market for $8.6 million. >> the church will stay intact. father ball ard says the money made will go towards maintaining decaying churches and expanding charity work like after hurricane sandy. >> we need to focus on helping other people, once we l
FOX News
May 3, 2014 5:00pm PDT
, thank you very much. and welcome to huckabee, from the fox news studios in new york city. september of 2012, just days after the brutal murders of four americans in the diplomatic outpost in benghazi, libya, i was perhaps to say outright that our government loyed to us about what happened. it is been two years, and through subkwent hearings and leaks and investigative reports and ever- changing reports from the current administration, i never had to recant or clarify my original blunt statement. this week judicial watch finally obtained bombshell e-mails revealing that the top white house aide instructed susan rice to go on shoes and spin the loy that benghazi was due to a video. ine caught with the pants down, the white house continued to play the american public for fools, giving comments like these from white house press hack jay con man carne. >> why are you would hoking back the information and why was it not turned over to the congress and released with all of the other e-mails and it is directly relevant. >> john. >> why did it take a court case. >> i can say again and dpaen
PBS
May 3, 2014 4:00pm PDT
kids news," i'm doug brauner at the new york auto show. >> that's our show for this week. thanks for watching "teen kids news." we'll see you next time. steves: pisa, in the north of italy, is a grand city with a grand history. for nearly three centuries, until about the year 1300, pisa was a booming port town, rivaling venice and genoa as a sea-trading power. from here, where the arno river meets the sea, its 150-foot galleys cruised most of the mediterranean. during the crusades, pisan ships transported entire armies to the holy land. like many italian city-states, the republic of pisa prided itself in its independence from both popes and emperors. but eventually its fleet was defeated by genoa and its port silted up, leaving the town's economy high and dry. pisa's three must-see sights -- the duomo, baptistery, and leaning bell tower -- are reminders of its long-ago sea-trading wealth. this dazzling ensemble floats regally on the best lawn in all of italy. this square -- the piazza del duomo -- was nicknamed the "campo dei miracoli," or field of miracles, for the grandness of
CNN
May 3, 2014 3:00pm PDT
in new york but other demonstrations in washington, d.c., also in london. here is what we know about this. borno reportedly went into this school into the dorm room and took these girls at gunpoint and took them into a forest and selling them for about $1 and forcing them into islam and marrying them off. these parents as you imagine are very frustrated. they are scared. they are afraid. they feel helpless because they haven't been able to do anything really to try to go get them from wherever they are. >> some of the families tried to go into the forest and told to turn around because the conditions were terrible and it was so dangerous. no now they feel like they don't have any recourse in finding their children. >> what do you do to get them? you can't do an air strike because you put the girls in danger. how do you good into these areas of the forest where they are really not familiar with the area and the terrain so it puts the girls in danger again. boko haram means sin. they want women not in the education system. they want women inside the home taking care of children and of their
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 6:00pm EDT
prices in new york city have been on the rise. owners of some of the prime spots are cashing in, including the churches. mary snow reports on some of the plans for those profits. >> father christopher ballard is a man of prayer with an eye on property. >> this was renovated. >> he is an associate rector at this landmark church of saint luke and saint matthew in brooklyn but a big part of his job is to develop real estate deals for the 150 churches in his diocese? >> i have learned a lot about real estate. >> is this current market a blessing? >> this current market is a blessing. >> it's a blessing because the real estate market is soaring. he says there are about a dozen deals being considered in his diocese. one of them is at his church which has put its parking lot and rectory on the market for an asking price of $86,000,000. the church, itself, will stay intact. father ballard says the money made will go towards maintaining decaying churches and toward expanding its charity work like the kind it did after hurricane sandy. >> we need to focus our mission on helping other peop
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 5:30pm EDT
and blow up the new york city sub wachlthsz, an e-mail was intercepted. the f.b.i. interviewed one of the subjects. okay? this guy named nasha bulizazi, brought him to the fbi headquarters. what did they do? sat down and talked with him. they talked with him. what did he do three days later? he admitted everything. he admitted everything. this was the ticking time bomb scenario. you didn't need to get it from waterboarding, through slapping. you needed to get it through putting people on a liquid diet or in a box. they simply i had to them. this individual admitted to, to what happened. he turned on the other two co conspirtors. >> is that your recommendation for all terrorist suspects, that we should sit down with them and have a nice chat? >> i don't know. i talk to a lot of people. i sit down and have a chat and they tell me things they are not supposed to. >> sebastian, i am sure it goes against the grain of most american sensibilities when they see what happened at abu ghraib and hear these detailed reports but at the same time, we have to recognize that these are extracted in
KRON
May 3, 2014 2:30pm PDT
, new york city. >> here's a shout-out to american troops serving in africa. resres brought to you by seaworld and busch gardens for more than 40 years working to preserve the world we share. thorny devils... one hump camels, and a dingo named dinky. they're all awaiting for us in the australian outback. ♪ ♪ hi, i'm jack hanna-- here in the outback of central australia, welcome to animal adventures. isn't this baby camel amazing?
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 5:00pm EDT
, a movement she reflected on with us in her apartment in new york city. >> you turned 80. there was an image of you with the headline "this is what 80 looked like. i think that followed you every decade for the last three decades. i don't know if you remember this, on your 70th you said "this has the ring of mortality." is 80 terrifying? >> yes, it is in a lot of ways. for me 50 means the end of the center of life which for me has more significance since we have been wrongly valued. 50 was difficult. 60 was great. it was like entering a new free country where you didn't have the feminine expectations and 70 was pretty good to. 80 is definitely about mortality. every day i see in the newspaper sometimes people i know who have died before 80. now, i plan to live to 100. even if i do, it's 20 years. if i think of something that happened 20 years ago. it seemed like yesterday. >> when i talk to women and what they think about gloria steinem, they think unapologetic about her views and glamorous and acceptable. is that how you see your legacy, making feminism less threatening in a way. >> i hope
FOX News
May 3, 2014 2:00pm PDT
>>> hello, everyone. i'm kimberly guilfoyle.in it's 5:00 o'clock in new york city and this is "the five". >> did the administration> deliberately deceive americans about the benghazi attack? today house speaker john boehner announced a special committee ie being formed to investigate. the move comes days after newly released e-mails revealed a white house aide advisor, susan rice, to tell the world that protests due to a video led them to attack americans that night. >> benghazi, benghazi, benghazi. why aren't we talking aboutrdin something else? >> what difference at this point does it make? >> dude, this is like two years ago. we're still talk being -- >> dude, it's the thing that everybody is talking about. >> and president obama is part of that chorus. >> your detractors believe you did not tell the world it was a terrorist attack because your campaign didn't want that out. that's what they believe. >> and they believe it because folks like you are tell ming them that. >> once again, finger pointing o at someone else, not accepting the responsibility, eric. >> dude, let me tell
doctor in new york city and is very important black figure but we have various kinds by the late king 15s enormous free black achievements in this effort to uplift black preservation, and extraordinary deal by the dread scott decision and all kinds of things, various things in the 50s. >> you place a lot of emphasis on the importance of teaching the fugitive slave and half that leads to emancipation. could you elaborate on that? >> come most famous of all the fugitives was frederick douglass who escaped in 1838 andy in 1841 was surged to give a speech in nantucket where all the massachusetts antislavery society was meeting, all these people were spellbound by frederick douglass's speech and he was very much incorporated into the anti slavery movement but with regard to fugitives there has been a good bit of misunderstanding. i go along with the conclusion of many historians that number of fugitives was never large enough to endanger the institution in any way even though in the house itself fugitive slaves were running away and in the 1850s well over 50,000 slaves ran away from their own
FOX News
May 3, 2014 1:30pm PDT
the vehicles to run out of fuel and stall without warnings. >>> new york city transit officials say the section of rails that snapped and caused a subway train to derail was installed just weeks ago. the friday morning derailment injured 19 passengers. >>> in minnesota, that state mourning the loss of its longest-serving congressman. he was 79 years old. the veteran democrat served 18 terms in congress and is survived by his wife, four children and eight grandchildren. >>> as we reported earlier, house speaker john boehner has announced the creation of a special committee to investigate benghazi coming after the newly released bombshell e-mails this past week. the house oversight and government reform committee announcing it has issued a subpoena for secretary of state john kerry. he is set to testify at its may 21st hearing. the chairman of that committee as has accused the white house of hiding records following an earlier subpoena and then there were the controversial comments by tommy vieter when he appeared on "special report" with bret baier. >> you also changed attacks to demonstrations
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 4:00pm EDT
this is al jazeera america live from new york city. let's get you caught up on the top stories this hour. at least 40 people are dead in the aftermath of fighting between soldiers and separatists in eastern ukraine. thousands dead and many homeless in the wake. devastating landslide in afghanist afghanistan. while his team fights for play-off series victories, new support for embattled clipperseen owner donald sterling. >>> imagine living a block away from the foul mess filling this disgusting can alal and try to guess how much it will cost to clean it up. >>> thanks for being with us. stalemate in ukraine. minor victories for the government overshadowed by separatists pushing back. ukraine military reclaimed some government buildings in the east but lost others. meantime, european union is calling for an independent investigation into the deaths of more than 40 people in odessa yesterday. kiev blaming russian supporters from moldova on its western border. paul brennan reports. >> the burning cars and day bre were evidence of what looked like a day of heavy fighting between ukr
PBS
May 3, 2014 1:00pm PDT
in new york state is clamping down and hotels are furious about this. what about other cities in california? there are listings throughout the state, right? it's not just a san francisco issue. >> in many ways, it's most heavily an issue in san francisco and new york because these are the two cities with very scarce supply of rental housing and rapidly rising house prices and they are cities of renters and 2/3 rprd and 1/3 homeowners. it's reverse in other states. there are other neighborhoods for example west hollywood and l.a. like smaller neighborhoods organizing and pushing back but these are the most organized. >> really quickly, what comes next? is there a hearing? >> the chu legislation will move forward with planning hearings. they need to raise a lot of money. >> easier said than done. >> yeah. >> thanks so much. >> thank you. >>> and joining me now for a look at other stories we're watching is scott shafer. hi, scott. >> hi, thuy. >> the obama administration released a list of 55 colleges and universities they are investigating for the handling of sexual assaults and
FOX News
May 3, 2014 11:30am PDT
are trying to figure out why a subway train jumped a track in new york city it. was carrying about a thousand people through borough queens. eight cars derailed and hundreds got a good scare. >> i was in shock. i was thinking about dying. >> it was scary. the train just stopped. it felt like we went over something and then we saw smoke. everyone was screaming everywhere. and then it was -- >> eight cars derailed. so rescuers guided passengers out of the train and up ladders to the streets. 30 feet above. the wreck happened on what is called a critical rail brake corridor slated for replacement. >> there is more coming out of los angeles. the women who reported -- recorded the racist comments by the owner of the clippers is speaking out. she said she does not believe donald sterling is a racist but he does need to apologize. we are live in the los angeles bureau with the latest on this. >> quite a weak for v. stiviano. this is here on monday trying to hide her face with a bizarre plastic visor. take a look at. >> that she was troying to avoid the media. and then by friday, she was very open ab
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 1:00pm EDT
. >> and coming up, clergy cutting prime real estate deals in new york city, why churches see it as blessing. >> new york city is noun for the crazy real estate market and the recent players may surprise you. churches are taking advantage of the soaring prices and using the money to give back. >> father is a man of prayer with an eye on property. >> yes, this was renovated. >> he's a rector in brooklyn. a big part of the job is develop real estate deals for the 150 churches in the diocese. >> i have learned a lot about real estate, a lot. >> this is market a blessing? >> it is a blessing. >> because the real estate market is soaring in the neighborhoods where the churches are located. he says about a dozen deals being considered in the diocese. one of them at his church, which put the parking lot and the rectory on the market for $8.6 million and the church itself will stay intact and the money made will go to maintaining the decaying churches and expanding the charity work. >> we have to focus on helping other people and these buildings allow us once we leverage them, finding the building p
MSNBC
May 3, 2014 9:00am PDT
of african studies at lehigh university, good to see you. and attorney for new york city mayor bill de blasio, my new friend, myra wily. what should we make of her telling us that the man's not a racist? should we take her at her word? >> well, i think we should take mr. sterling at his word. i think his word was pretty clearly racist. and that's the most important thing we can pay attention to. on actions, i think it's also important. look at his actions. this is a man who has had to settle two major lawsuits for trying to push black people who were paying their rent out of housing because they were black. >> all right, let me listen now. this is what she says about sterling's remarks and how they have to do with age. let's listen. >> i think mr. sterling's from a different generation than i am. i think he was brought up to believe those things. >> what things? >> segregation. whites and blacks. minorities. from black jews to light jews to dark jews. >> all right, on a grander point here, james, a generational thing, and we get that. some older folks came up in a different typime, a racist t
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 10:48am EDT
of the late north korean leader kim jong il. he spoke with cole styker at the housing works cafÉ in new york city. this is an hour and 15 minutes. >> thank you, everyone, for coming. we have a couple of great books here on sale. dear reader, which is a book that we are celebrating tonight. something that i finished earlier this week i found captivating and i'm so glad to see that you're all here. we will make sure that that will be illustrated in tonight's talk as well. we have our man of the hour. we got to know each other because he spent the entire night chatting up my mother who is visiting new york for the first time. and from what i understand, michael being soviet born, he basically wanted to learn more about what is or is went through growing up under soviet rule and decided to take a trip to north korea. and he bought every book of propaganda he could find, presumably all written by kim jong il, the former ruler of north korea. and he coalesced that into a pretty interesting book. and he pitched around and nobody understood it. so they decided to put it out himself. a very successf
CNN
May 3, 2014 7:00am PDT
's been going on, not only here in new york but in other cities around the country and in other cities around the world, and on twitter and on social media. the message has really flared. i want you to take a look around. you'll be able to get a sense of what we are talking about. there's a lot of people here in new york city that are uniting to deliver this message. fred, with that, i'm going to toss back to you and let you know that not only is this conversation happening here in new york but around the world. >> it is indeed. and we're going to continue that conversation here. rosa flores, thank you so much there in manhattan. joining me in studio, a world affairs columnist for the miami herald and world politics review. you wrote a strong column about all of this two weeks ago. many of us heard about it two weeks ago and the message being sent at the time was that all the girls had been located. now two weeks down the line we're talking about 200 girls are still missing and it is believed nigerian government feels like it knows who has them but now we don't know where they are exac
ABC
May 3, 2014 7:00am PDT
underground in new york city, as a packed subway train goes off the rails. the train derailed between two stations in queens on friday. rescue crews had to go into the tunnels through emergency exits in the sidewalks above to get to the thousand trapped passengers. one of the eight cars derailed. 19 people were injured, 4 of them seriously. no word yet on what caused that derailment. >>> and new this morning, the teenager who stowed away in a jetliner's wheel well on a flight to hawaii has now left the state. his father was in honolulu earlier this week. but officials there did not say whether the two left together. he survived the 5 1/2-hour flight from san jose, california, to maui, after he jumped an airport fence and climbed in the wheel well of that boeing 767. >>> and look at this surveillance photo of a man pointing a pitchfork at workers at a georgia waffle house. investigators say he ran off with a cash register but couldn't hold on to the loot. so, he dropped the pitchfork. some workers pursued him. they grabbed the discarded pitchfork and used it to smash the window of this guy
Bloomberg
May 3, 2014 9:00am EDT
hotel in orlando on the ground at universal studios. we come back to new york city. it is a focus point of the u.s. travel and tourism industry. >> right. >> we wanted to have a property that we were proud of and make a good return on investment. >> and it depends on visitors to the city. tisch has worked closely with the past mayors to improve new york city's gritty image. he helped kick off the new york times square makeover. so far, his efforts seem to be working. new york had 54 million visitors in 2013. the regency sold out for super bowl weekend about a month before it even opened. it is not just about keeping hotels full. tisch says tourism is critical for the new york economy. >> it is about the jobs. it is about the ability for visitors to come and spend money so we can hire more new yorkers. if you look in new york, thousands of people are making a living in some aspect of travel and tourism. we are also reaching out to the right visitors. we want to bring in the international travelers. that is extremely important. they stay longer and spend more money here. >> since 1970, th
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 9:00am EDT
. i live in new york now. but i return a lot, and i came back a lot to research it. and i think that that inevitably did shape my thinking kind of sub consciously. i don't -- unfortunately, though, i don't have any great things to say about those parallels. i mean, i think there is something, obviously, reminiscent of the gold rush in the current tech revolution. certainly what it does to rents and prices which i think you saw pack in the day as well. -- back in the day as well. but, you know, one thing that, the thing that i've thought about a lot and haven't come up with a very good answer is that the prosperity in san francisco in the 1860 really finances its literary scene. that because it's such a rich city, you can have so many newspapers, and people have the leisure time to read them. if you go into the library of congress for 1860 to 1870, you find more than 300 different papers published in san francisco over that period in english, mandarin, german, french, you name it. so that really allows a lot of people to make a living on writing. and that's really how this litera
Bloomberg
May 3, 2014 8:30am EDT
, a friend and fellow philanthropist, the bloomberg lp founder and former new york city mayor, michael bloomberg. >> there are fewer people starving, fewer people sleeping without a roof over their head. things are better. >> in the bill and melinda gates foundation's annual letter, gates predicts that by 2035 there will be almost no poor nations left in the world. coming up, we hear what these titans are doing to see that through. bill, i read through your letter and what i noticed in the tone was that you are very optimistic. you say look, we are better off than we were decades ago. where does this optimism come from? >> i think i am naturally optimistic but also i think the facts are on the side of the optimist. it is dangerous that people are focusing on the bad news and not seeing the progress we have made. it means they don't look at the best practices. it makes them less generous. we are raising poor countries up. most people live in middle-income countries now. there is more to be done on health and agriculture, but the track record success, if you don't see that you are not go
as work on the other like commuting from new jersey to new york in some ways. some of the larger tribal groups have a presence hundreds of miles apart because it is said the nomadic people and other tribes, in a major iranian city in the provinces in balochistan and other members of the tribe, a pakistani provincial capital so there's a great deal of interaction. in terms of the militancy there is not so much. the movement by baloch nationalists, strongly reject the ideologies of the pro-iranian baloch brethren and militants who tend to be a lot more religiously inspired in their motivations. a group that has taken on a few iterations in the last 7 or 8 years, and they see themselves from a sectarian standpoint in the predominantly shia iran so that ideology is very alien to a lot of the baloch nationalist who are more secular minded. >> one more. >> we discussed it the other day. how the iran government is confirming disappearing from the right and also that others -- what do you think there is a pakistani connection? and how it will affect the process of reconciliation? >> i am not su
CBS
May 3, 2014 5:00am PDT
what they are. and i think it's much more -- we live in new york city. it's much more relaxed. you see it much more often, but i think in other places you continue to see that and it's not as comfortable and it's becoming a great -- right now i think it's really something that is very sensitive and you see that in the news whether it's in nevada or whether it's in you know, in the nba. there's a lot of things causing a lot of friction. >> doing all that do you, do you still have time to paint? >> i do. i still am doing art. still working on that. i think it's a form of expression. so when i have time if i'm not thinking about directing or if i'm acting it's something i can do without annoying other people to get involved. >> the lucy liu, a hit tv star. she paints and also plays the accordion. such a sexy instrument. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ barks ] whoo! mmm! ♪ ♪ ♪ oh, yeah ♪ [ whistling ] [ male announcer ] discover your new orleans. start exploring at followyournola.com. [ woman ] and i love new orleans! >>> tomorrow kentucky derby, ladies and gentlemen. kentuck
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 7:00am EDT
they should be. atlanta topping out at 74. >> at least 19 were injured when a new york city subway derailed. the train was in quoops when it started to shake and tilt. six of eight cars came off the track. passengers say they were trapped for two hours. new york has one of the largest public transportations in the world. here is a look at some past derailments. may last year a train went off the tracks in northern manhattan and no one was injured. in 2000 a car in brooklyn jump off the track. more than 80 were injured, and one of the worst derailments happened in 199 is. five were killed, 200 injured when the driver was drunk during the crash and convicted of manslaughter. >> who wins in a battle between apple and samsung. the latest verdict has both shelling out big serious cash. a silicon vallie jury found breath guilty of patent infringement. sam song had to by $1 toy 25 million. apple was said to infringe on one of the samsung's patents costing them $158,000. >>> braille is declining. fewer than one in 10 who are legally blind are able to read braille. new technology made the system out
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 7:00am EDT
, especially if you are talking about very big districts. we think of new york city -- over one million kids. that is a huge district, bigger than many states. ultimately what has to happen is i think we really need to empower parents, and i made to connect the money to a child and let them decide where they go. but certainly short of that, it is much better to say look, at least let local communities make these decisions, give schools, the public schools autonomy that serve the district. give them autonomy to do what they think is best for their unique populations of students, but i think until you see a popular outcry to elected representatives saying we are tired of having this dictated to us, it is not going to change. i think one of the good things with common core and the reaction to it is you now have a very grassroots driven opposition to it, including a lot of teachers who may actually like the quality of the common core but hate the lockstep accountability that goes with it sort of meeting up with people who are big supporters of federalism and want local control and they are all s
FOX Business
May 3, 2014 6:00am EDT
. >>> welcome to the west of imus in the morning on the fox business network. in new york city fox business network, good to have you with us as we line up some of the best interviews, light and laughs as we move through the hour. we're going to get started with meat loaf who dropped by to talk about the old days and everything up to the present day. meat loaf, fun and good talk about music with imus. that will start
FOX News
May 3, 2014 3:00am PDT
and the southern plains, all right. that's it. back inside. we will enjoy the weather outside here in new york city. maybe, hopefully talk to some people. i like it when people come and talk to us. >> i know but sometimes. >> they want to sleep. >> danishes. >> that's a good plan. >> coming up on the show. kids, leave of the lunch boxes home. why one school is banning meals from mom. >> then the joke is on them. dozens of high school kids take their senior prank way too far say authorities and get arrested. should they be punished? should they be in jail? we'll debate that coming up. really... so our business can be on at&t's network for $175 dollars a month? yup. all five of you for $175. our clients need a lot of attention. there's unlimited talk and text. we're working deals all day. you get 10 gigabytes of data to share. what about expansion potential? add a line anytime for 15 bucks a month. low dues... great terms... let's close. new at&t mobile share value plans. our best value plans ever for business. captain: when i'm looking for a hotel with a wet pool, i go to hotels.com. you can get up
NBC
May 3, 2014 2:07am PDT
in new york city on march 12th. this baby is the first baby for parents lindsey and adam. lindsey says arbor looks just like daddy. we congratulate all of our babies. >> next week a special mommy and me themed johnson's baby announcement. all the details are on klgandhoda.com. just press connect. >> we have some good news. usher has a new single coming out called "good kisser" and he has a message for us about it. let's take a look. >> kathie lee and hoda, how you guys doing? this is a sneak peek of my new video "good kisser". the shirtless shot, i was thinking of you. drink to that. >> we're going to show you "good kisser" later on in the show. >> the new album is set to,out this fall. >> love him. >>> we're going to get the skinny on how you can dress up to ten pounds lighter. >>> and how does marriage change your relationship? >> before and after you say i do. >>> you remember your wedding day and do you still feel the way about yourself that you did that day? >> a wedding videographer went back to revisit couples he shot on their wedding day to see how they were doing years after t
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 5:00am EDT
seem like an unlikely pair, but new york city's skyrocketing real estate market has churches cashing in on market where the average price per square foot is up 17% from a year ago. some churches see that as a blessing. mary snow has the story. >> reporter: father christopher ballard is a man of prayer with an eye on property. he is an associate rector at this landmark church in brooklyn. but a big part of his job is to develop real estate deals for the 150 churches in his diocese. >> i have learned a lot about real estate. >> reporter: and this is current market a blessing? >> it is. >> reporter: it's a blessing because the real estate market is soaring. father ballard says there are about a dozen deals being considered in his diocese, one of them is at his church which has put his parking lot and reck torie on the market at an asking price of $1.6 million. he says the money made will go towards maintaining churches, and expanding its charity work. >> we need to focus our mission on helping other people, and these buildings allow us -- these buildings will allow us to do more and bet
FOX News
May 3, 2014 1:00am PDT
, and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." >>> did the administration deliberately deceive americans about the benghazi attack? well, today house speaker john boehner announced a special committee is being formed to investigate. the move comes after newly released emails advised susan rice to tell the world protests regarding a video. >> benghazi, benghazi, benghazi, what are you talking about anything else? >> president obama is part of that chours. >> your detractors believe you did not tell the world it was a terrorist attack because of your campaign. >> finger pointing at someone else and not accepting the responsibility, eric. >> dudes, let me tell you something, i'm going to try and start every sentence with something. it was two year ago. yeah, it was two years ago. can you imagine the parents of the family -- the great americans who died atbenghazi. it's disgusting that kid could do that. look at jay carney, look at the national security spokesperson, they have the attitude why are you annoying us? benghazi is over. it matters because they lied
FOX News
May 3, 2014 12:00am PDT
york city and this is "the five." >>> did the administration deliberately deceive americans about the benghazi attack? well, today house speaker john boehner announced a special committee is being formed to investigate. the move comes after newly released emails advised susan rice to tell the world protests regarding a video.
PBS
May 3, 2014 12:00am PDT
york city, this is charlie rose. >> charlie: jessica mathews is here. she is president of the carnegie endowment for international peace. it is a global foreign policy think thank headquartered in washington. her role includes government, nonprofit sector and journalism. the obama's foreign policy in the spotlight right now. some criticized as facless and disengaged, referring to the president's trip to asia. >> typically criticism at our foreign policy has been directed at the failure to use military force. the question i think i would have is why is it everybody's so eager to use military force? for some reason, many who are proponents of what i consider to be a disastrous decision to go into iraq haven't really learned the lesson of the last decade. why? i don't know. but my job as commander-in-chief is to look at what is it that's going to advance our security interests over the long term, to keep our military in reserve for where we absolutely need it. >> charlie: i am pleased to have jessica mathews back at this table. welcome. >> thank you. >> charlie: and i confess, she's a gre
NBC
May 2, 2014 11:34pm PDT
your weekend. >> bye-bye. >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- kevin spacey, comedian lewis black, and featuring the legendary roots crew. and now, here's he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome, welcome. thank you, thank you. [ cheers and applause ] oh, oh, it's a hot crowd. welcome everybody. welcome to "the tonight show." thank you for being here everyone. [ cheers and applause ] we got a great show tonight. it's gonna be fun. here's what people are talking about. it's a very big weekend for basketball fans. if for first time in nba playoffs history tomorrow there will be three game sevens on the same day. [ audience oohs ] very exciting. even better news, donald sterling can't go to any of them. [ laughter ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] that's not allowed. also a big weekend in washington. tomorrow night reporters and the celebrities will attend the white house correspondents dinner. which is going awkward when the reporters fro
FOX News
May 2, 2014 11:00pm PDT
. >>> a speed read our way through the news. a subway train with 1,000 people onboard derail in a new york city tunnel. eight cars jumped the track. more than a dozen people hurt. the rest evacuated through an emergency exit. and fox news announcing donald sterling is fighting prostate cancer. meantime, the nba is moving forward with its effort to get sterling to sell the clippers. the nba has banned him if life from for his racist rant. >> no, it's not the beatles. it's the royals. princes william and harry arriving in nashville. cameras catching them as they walked into a tennessee restaurant for a prewedding dinner. >>> now to the u.k., british police launching a hunt, looking for five monkeys stolen from a zoo. some of the monkeys are endangered species and police warn the thieves may try to sell them. thanks. we'll see you monday night. right now, speaker newt gingrich and i have a joint poll question. go and vote on our joint poll question. >>> up next, "the >>> tonight on "red eye." >> coming up on "red eye." is donkey polo the sport of the future? brand-new evidence suggests these beast
NBC
May 2, 2014 11:00pm PDT
. >> bye-bye. >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- kevin spacey, comedian lewis black, and featuring the legendary
SFGTV
May 2, 2014 11:00pm PDT
bit city. so it's clear on the research that i have done in my trips to new york, speaking with organizations that have been activating public spaces and researching them for the past 20 years that vibrant and well-maintained plazas are vital for the city. in fact, kaiser permanente is beginning to work with the project for public spaces at looking at public plazas. so when it works well they serve as a stage for public lives. so pps, the organization that i residenced 80% of success of any public space can be attributed to its mansion. management. [speaker not understood] there are visual cues about seeing couples holding hands and laughter and smiles that people remember and they want to return to the space. that is what a successful public space look like. i think we have all experienced that in your travels. in this country and abroad, as well as in certain parts of san francisco. so another rule of thumb that they go by great place should have at least ten things do it and ten reasons to be there and this is one way -- in terms of the activation to create a reason
FOX Business
May 3, 2014 1:00am EDT
for the soul of islam. but let me push back a little bit. you narrated a documentary that the new york city police officers showed their officers. >> it's an entire movement and the idea is hatred for this way of life. >> we all know about terrorism, this is the war they don't know about. >> the accusation is that almost was hit or way of life enact. >> absolutely not. we are saying that islam is paid or way of life. but many of them say america is anti-islam and they have escaped to come here to be free and we need to have this debate within the house of islam. but they don't let us have that debate. they expect that inside the country by making muslims like me shut up. and they want to do it from back diving. >> it's not just the money, it's the fear of death that takes this gentleman working for an it. she had the gall to ask for a mohammed day on her facebook page. you may have noticed that she is not in the paper this week are and there is no more molly. but she is alive and well, thankfully, but on the insistence of security and she is going goes. moving and changing her name. and so
Al Jazeera America
May 2, 2014 11:00pm EDT
jazeera. >>> a drone hit two buildings in new york city, fined $2200. drones are not just being used for entertainment purposes, but news gathering and washington is watching. yk. >> tornado's aftermath were from drones. launched by storm chaser, they offered nearly intean 19 instans disasters. consider the arkansas individual video. the faa is using it to document are tornadoes. for faa the answer is simple. the agency says there are no shades of gray in faa regulation. anyone who wants to fly an aircraft, manned or your honor manned, conflicting rulings have raised questions over just how much oversight the government has. still as drones become more common, when news breaks, chance he are you'll be watching it through eyes of drones. roxannroxanna sabiri, al jazeer. >>> series finale, for borderland, we'll see it's more treacherous for women. >> father pressliano takes the women to a pharmacy. blfng. >> the fact that women are putting shots because they know they're going to get raped, we have to understand the sacrifices women are going omake in order to have a better life. >> it
Comedy Central
May 2, 2014 7:30pm PDT
. >> benghazi. >> jon: new york city but i can see where you might have got than impression. no new york city. it's a different three syllable syllable -- no, no, it's a different three syllable b word. >> beyonce. >> jon: yeah, beyonce. [ laughter ] as the singer herself has been mispronouncing it all these year beyonce. maybe it's not all of fox news but our good friend william o'reilly has a somewhat particular beef with miss bey. >> as you know i've been critical of beyonce for putting out music and videos that are libertine in tone. [ laughter ] >> jon: there's very little in this world that i like better than an upset bill o'reilly because the tone is such -- it's a levittown quut a sousicant of harvard served on a bed of nostalgic judgmentallism. it's the subject of our brand new segment bey watch. [ laughter ] [cheers and applause] >> jon: a cynic may think that the seven times our friends william has recently showcases her sexiness on the program was merely an excuse to run provocative b-roll to perhaps provide his elderly viewership with much needed disapproval boners. [laughter] we
Comedy Central
May 2, 2014 6:59pm PDT
watters up to the very liberal columbia university here in new york city. to ask them about putin invading ukraine. >> vladimir putin just invaded ukraine. are you outraged by that? >> i just woke up. >> s what amatter with you. >> -- >> i don't give-- such a genius. >> what is the unemployment rate at right now? >> what's the mat per, cat got your tongue. >> do you know what the unemployment rate is right know. >> oh, 99%. >> stephen: now notice how watters blends investigative journalism and smash cuts in a way that makes you think about the news and also think did my cat stepping on the remote? nation, i have to admit something. here, here on the report every night nailing politicians and pundits, sometimes i worry that i have lost touch with every day folks. but watters world has shown me i can feel superior to average americans as well. of course i can't go interview people myself because i have a medical condition where i don't want to. but i do have one employee who is perfect for the job. my building manager. he's got all the qualifications that jesse watters does. he reflects lig
ABC
May 2, 2014 5:30pm PDT
to indiana. >>> and now a train accident, a new york city subway derailed. just after rush hour. hundreds of people forced to clim emergency ladders, emerging back on to the street. ron claiborne has the story. >> reporter: it happened just before 10:30 this morning, aboard a subway train packed with about 1,000 passengers. >> we were literally just sitting on the train like normal, and then the train just jerked so fast. >> reporter: the middle six cars derailing while rolling down the track. some passengers panicked, mistaking a thick dust cloud for smoke. >> i started to freak out. like, get us off this train. >> can you please sit down? >> reporter: it took more than an hour to get all those people off the subway, first responders leading them in small groups to safety. in march, it was a chicago subway crashing at an airport station. dozens injured. the operator of that train admitted dozing off. in today's subway incident, 19 people were injured. tonight, the cause is still under investigation. ron claiborne, abc news, queens, new york. >>> and now, we want to tell you about a kind
Al Jazeera America
May 2, 2014 8:00pm EDT
on the tracks to get away. >>> a new york city subway train derailed in the borough of queens today. 19 injured, four seriously, passengers said the cars tilted and shook before four cars jumped the tracks. >>> freedom of speech, critical to strong democracies. richelle carey, is here. richelle. >> saturday may 3rd is especially significant. journalists are constantly under pressure to you slow the story from both sides. being. >>> a group of jo urntl journals were detained in eastern ukraine friday. clarissa ward explained what happened. >> we had to stand against a wall with our hands like this when all of our belongings were taken from us. >> mike in a tweet wrote, we were taken from a pro-russian checcheckpoint. the ordeal took three hours. (u) taken into captivity in eastern ukraine by pro-russian forces. >> they pulled a hat over my eyes, then went through my pockets, took everything i had out of my pockets. took my coat off of me. threatened to make me get on my knees, didn't end up making me get on my knees. and then they taped my hands behind my back. and you know threatened to shoot m
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